Established by Phil Gilbert, Oak Tree Lane is a family-run yurt and camping adventure.
The site is set on a farm with pigs, sheep and goats, all of which can wonder freely in their designated fields.
Earle ran the Dartmoor Expedition Centre at Rowden Farm, near Widecombe-in-the-Moor until it was sold last year, hosting countless groups of teenagers who were undertaking adventures with the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme, the Princes Trust, and the Ten Tors challenge.
He became one of the leading experts on trekking on the moors and wrote guides entitled Walking on Dartmoor, Walking on Exmoor and the Quantocks, A Boot up Dartmoor Tors and A Boot up Dartmoor Rivers.
The farm is also home to a number of ex-battery farm chickens who are now enjoying their time in the great outdoors. Young budding farmers are free to enjoy much of the farm and help feed the animals.
The site is a smallholding with a surplus of 40 acres of pasture land and woodlands positioned in the heart of West Devon overlooking Dartmoor National Park and within 3/4 of a mile from Roadford Lake and its Water Sports Centre.
They are thoughtfully equipped and sleep a family up to six people, with a comfy double bed, a double day bed and two single futons.
Coir matting and rugs have been provided to keep your tootsies warm, along with a central log burner to ensure that you remain cosy come what may.
There are thousands of active singles on Date looking to chat right now.For those of you not familiar, a yurt is traditional Mongolian tent consisting of wooden walls, an insulating felt layer and a heavy waterproof canvas over the top.The yurts at Oak Tree Lane have been handmade to order by the finest Mongolian yurt builders - and each one has been tested in the freezing Mongolian winter!Three Mongolian Yurts are set in a luscious green field and enjoy exceptional views over Dartmoor.Each yurt stands tall on a wooden deck, nestled into the hillside in its own private spot, with loads of space to explore, adventure or unwind.